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The Food and Drug Administration's approval of the first sexual dysfunction drug for women could pave the way for the next pharmaceutical blockbuster. IU Health ob/gyn Jeff Rothenberg notes any drug approved for use tends to find its way to patients beyond those for whom it's...
A new Indiana law prohibits posting a selfie of your ballot. But a federal judge has struck down a similar law in the only other state that has one. Indiana and New Hampshire argued the ban on taking or posting ballot selfies is a protection against vote-buying, to prevent you...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Federal prosecutors allege that former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle distributed child pornography, the Associated Press reports. The court documents say he has traveled for sex with at least two minors since 2007, and through at least June. He also reportedly...
Community Health Network is ushering in a new era for Indy's eastside. Mayor Greg Ballard, hospital executives and community leaders are breaking ground Wednesday on a new $175 million Community Hospital East project. Community Health Network East Region President Scott...
(image courtesy of Smart City Networks) The company that provides Wi-Fi for the Indiana Convention Center - at a hefty price - has been fined for blocking people from using their own Wi-Fi devices there. The Federal Communications Commission issued a $750,000 fine to Smart City...
The City of Indianapolis is taking another step in its push for rapid transit Wednesday. Mayor Greg Ballard and community leaders are launching a public awareness and outreach campaign for the so-called Red Line. It's the metro area's "first rapid transit line" that aims to...
(WIBC.com file photo: RTV6) Indiana and the U.S. are seeing an uptick in traffic deaths in the first half of the year. The National Safety Council says fatalities are up 14% nationwide. Indiana's 356 deaths are a 23% increase, and the highest six-month total in three years. Adam...
A person from Huntington County is the first to contract West Nile virus in Indiana this year. The infection was reported by the state Health Department, though no other information was released about the person who contracted the virus. The department says West Nile had been...
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security says it has been a devastating summer for dozens of counties. Spokesman John Erickson says severe weather and flooding from June 9th through July 29th killed one person in Brown County and ravaged 29 counties in all to the tune of at...